Now Twitch lets you filter PUBG streams via players left alive

Dinner expect that.

What if you could tune directly into the last, most exciting moments of a PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds match and skip all the boring preamble? Now you can, thanks to Twitch's new filtering options.

The streaming service lets you filter its dozens of ongoing PUBG streams by their number of remaining players. The options are more than 50, 25-50 or fewer than 25 left. You can also pick whether to only watch team games, duos or solo players.

So now you can select a streamer and miss out some of the early looting and bunkering down. Or just ensure you are at least not investing your time to watch someone crash out in the first few minutes of a match.

Now, how about a filter to select which map you are on, to get rid of Miramar?

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